Peabody award winner and former CBS News anchor Dan Rather shares the decisive moments of his life, love, and career in his deeply personal staged performance.
Audible editor Michael Collina speaks to the Queer Newark Oral History Project about the power and importance of preserving queer voices.
The bestselling author found a way to use his special skills to help some of those most affected by COVID-19. His 8-week-long serialized story homes in on the thing we're all missing right now: human contact and connection.
The 'Euphoria' author is back six years later with a modern-day coming-of-age tale that challenges the creative quest narratives for women.
These 10 interviews capture the power and beauty of a one-on-one conversation with a favorite storyteller.
Isaac Gomez, playwright and author of Audible Original 'The Way She Spoke', shares what it was like after his hometown of El Paso endured this year’s devastating massacre.
Abby West interviews Ta-Nehisi Coates
With 'Finding Tess', 'Dopesick' author Beth Macy takes the story of America’s drug epidemic in a personal direction for audio.
The colorful 'X-Files: Cold Cases' writer/director on adapting for audio well-loved works like 'Alien,' 'Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy,' and Neil Gaiman's novels.
When Kristen Ashley decided to ignore the "shoulds" and "shouldn'ts" and just do her own thing, devoted fans followed.
Watch (or read) Audible high school intern N'Kaela Webster's interview with world-famous griot Alhaji Papa Susso, and see him perform one of his songs.
College student and Audible scholar Ama Hagan confronts a controversial work about Africa and its deep impact on her.